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What we do
The UK landscape is like a jigsaw puzzle. It's made up of different sized pieces that are owned by different people, from local authorities and communities to farmers, companies and governments.
We would like to talk to these landowners, particularly in our priority areas. Many species continue to decline, and most exist in fragments of once widespread habitats. Working in partnership through Futurescapes, we aim to make UK landscapes more wildlife-friendly. You can find our priority areas on the map on the Futurescapes homepage.
As well as making nature reserves and protected areas the best they can be for nature, we've got to work on the pieces of land between them. This will help to join up fragments of habitat. Connecting the fragments to create larger areas is important because:
There are several things you can do for wildlife without affecting the way you use your land.
We can offer you advice and information about all of these - just get in touch with us to chat through your options.
Futurescapes is funded by the EU-Life Nature programme. LIFE is the EU’s financial instrument supporting environmental and nature conservation projects throughout the EU. Since 1992, LIFE has co-financed nearly 4,000 projects, contributing approximately €2.8 billion to the protection of the environment.